Ophthalmology

  • The Proveo 8 ophthalmic microscope provides the exact image you need at each moment of your procedure. Like a precision timepiece every element of the Proveo 8 microscope interconnects and works in perfect synchrony to optimize your view.
  • The Leica M844 F40 belongs to the premium class of ophthalmic surgical microscopes and offers optimal solutions particularly for posterior and high-end anterior segment surgery.
  • The Leica M822 surgical microscope, with enhanced Red Reflex, meets the highest professional requirements of ophthalmic surgeons to perform cataract surgery more precisely and efficiently.
  • The Leica M620 F20 – an ophthalmic surgical microscope with its crisp, sharp OptiChrome™ optics gives the surgeon natural color, outstanding depth-of-focus and higher contrast for maximum detail recognition.
  • The DI C800 Digital Imaging Color Module is an easy-to-use and ergonomic solution that allows the surgeon to view imaging data in the highest quality. It takes XGA signals from a variety of external sources and displays them in the surgeon’s eyepiece
  • The Leica Keratoscope is a ring illuminator used intraoperatively to qualitatively evaluate the corneal curvature of the eye for astigmatism. With the Leica Keratoscope the surgeon now has a cost-effective, integrated instrument to help assess the shape of the anterior surface of the cornea. This will aid him or her in making limbal relaxing incisions (LRIS) and positioning Toric IOLs.
  • The Leica RUV800 Retinal Upright Viewing system is designed to work with Leica ophthalmic microscopes. The Leica RUV800, with its integrated inverter, sits beneath the microscope’s optics and gives the surgeon, the assistant, and the video camera the same upright view of the retina. This makes it easier and safer to position and insert surgical instruments during surgery.